Lamination of Thin Webs for Packaging Seminar Dates Announced

Seminars For Engineers announces, in association with Dr. Duncan Darby of Clemson University, the 2010 dates for its new seminar "Lamination of Thin Webs for Packaging."

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This two-day seminar will give engineers a comprehensive understanding of lamination processes and how they are applicable to flexible packaging. Lamination can often provide a better result for flexible packaging than monolayer materials can and is a very important technique to understand.

Lamination of Thin Webs for Packaging
August 18 - 19, 2010
Philadelphia, PA


Time: Seminar hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day unless otherwise indicated in the course description.

Instructor: Dr. Duncan Darby, an associate professor of packaging science at Clemson University, is a recognized expert in the use and manufacture of flexible packaging. Besides his academic tenure, Darby has over 20 years experience in the flexible packaging industry, where he developed sealable packaging materials in many different formats for dairy products, shelf-stable products, and pharmaceutical products. Darby earned his Ph.D. at the University of Louisville, K.Y.

Concepts covered: Wetting and its impact on adhesion; extrusion vs. adhesive lamination; rationale for lamination; bond testing; bond failure mechanisms; and alternatives to laminating.

For more information, contact Seminars For Engineers at info@SeminarsForEngineers.com, phone 1-877-755-2272 or 1-973-560-9092 (USA) or visit http://www.seminarsforengineers.com/lamination.
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